Being a parent is a tough job, and it can be even more challenging if your child demonstrates behavioral issues. ADHD is one of the most common neurobehavioral disorders in children, with over 8% of children between the ages of three and 17 diagnosed. A complicated learning disorder, ADHD affects a child’s ability to pay attention as well as his emotional development. ADHD and other learning disorders such as dyslexia often occur together and can affect a child’s behavior and overall development. Take a look at this infographic from Brain Balance in Mequon and Vernon Hills to understand more about how ADHD is affecting children across the country. If your child has behavior issues, there is hope. Please share this info with your friends and family.